Collection by Kelsey Keith

Printed Matter from Paris to Toronto


One of the fringe benefits of traveling to design shows is collecting the printed ephemera made by creative pros, from business cards to catalogs to pamphlets. I just got back from a trip to Paris for Maison & Objet, followed by the Interior Design Show in Toronto; not terribly surpising that both yielded some unexpected, thrlling discoveries in the realm of graphic design. In our slideshow, take a look at a few of the printed goodies I found, including the best of the brochures from each show and a smattering of cartes de visite.

Clockwise from top left: Objekten (Brussels, Belgium), Philippe Nigro (France), Katrin Greiling (Stockholm, Sweden),...
LABT is a furniture design studio in Ghent that issues small-batch furniture editions (like the modular, patterned...
Jan & Randoald's LABT catalog comprises five mini-booklets, attached with a simple brad-and-paper fastener along the...
I was introduced to Domison out of Montreal while making the rounds at Toronto's annual Interior Design Show.
The Domison pamphlet, halfway unfolded.
Revealed! The full, unfold Domison brochure.